The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1946 · Page 3
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, MAY 28, 1046 27Algona Firms Co-Operating In G.I. "On The Job" Training i» Twenty-seven Algona firms Were listed as being set up to handle the O. I. training pro- gr&rfi, according to a survey made by the U. S. Employment Office here, on which W. J. Becker is manager. As of last Friday, the local of- ,,fice has 231 veterans who were tllsted hi €he office active file ns bcmg unemployed, and of that total about 115 to 120 were drawing unemployment compensation under the G. I. bill, Becker snid. Th'er'e are also 211 self - employed veterans listed. These rnoh are guaranteed an income of $100'per month, If their self- omployment fails to reach an income of that sum, the govern- meflt will make up the differ- snce. "•;• Many Mechanics Train T&ie list of Algona firms, and j'fthe: men they now have in train- y|ing( .follow: f| Kohlhaas Hardware — Floyd fweishaar, '•m Sratt Electric — Donald C. 'Arris, Dan Froehlich, Art Weiss ;md;.Ernest Arifinson, Hoenk Motor—Richard Funk. Gamble Store—Don Skilling. Council Oak Grocery — Andy Phillips, Howard Stillinan. SKent Motor Co.—Ernest Georg, Donald Hiller, Floyd McVay and Ho\vard Miller. i Kossuth Motor—Alex Burq- hart, Robert Bd.'net. 'Savings'ti; Loan Algona Federal Savings & Loan—'Murray J. Mowers. : Wm. Dau Garage — Bernard Hauptman, Palmer Jensen, Willis Ridge, Fred Lupkes. : Woodward & Co. — Wilbur Stevens. S. & L. Store—Ed Thissen, Clayton Qualey. Taylor Implement—Roger Palter. \ Algona Electric—Ernest Bur- cick. ; i Cowan Bldg. & Supply—Kenneth Pryor and Willard Zeigler. IGraham Store—Russell Lar- Coming ;Sigsbee Plumbing — Robert ,'gsbee. jThompson Distributing Co.— ...Jmes Buckingham and Lester Nesvold. * " Rubber Welders .O. K. Rubber Welders—S. W. [cKinney, Harold Nelson. Allen Motor — Russell D. lutchins, Joseph A. Barendes, ionald A, Kajewski and G. D. 4 Men. G. F. Towne Plumbing—G. N. .ckerman. City Light & Water Depl.— ess Reynolds and Jerome Hard- rove. . • • .Chicago/Milwaukee & St. Paul ^-Robert Willasspn. f Algona VUiJp'er [Richard Sheldon. Advance Rub. Co. — prville luncan-artd Eugene. Kelly. Two places, Swift & Co. and the Modern Dry Cleaners, have also qualified for G. I. training but do not as yet have employes under the program. There are a total of 45 men now in training as listed. Jobs Are Varied Other firms interested are urged to contact either the U. S. Employment Office here, or the office of the Veterans Administration of which Sid Ormerod is manager. Both are in the McEnroe Building, Algona. Some of the training, jobs are especially interesting. Bob Wil- lasson is training as a student operator for the Milwaukee, and works at 4he depot. . Jess Reynolds is learning to become a ^Diesel engine operator, and Jerome •Hardgrove is work- in as a city lineman. In a number of cases, veterans have been employed but are not under the G. I. apprentice train- in bill, and thus their names do not appear in"the above listing. If your organization has a date set for an event of general interest you will be listed below by merely letting us know, giving the date, sponsor, and place of the event or meeting. The only restriction is that (1) it must be nothing of a commercial nature, and (2) it must be sponsored by some worthy, nonprofit organization. We suggest that dates for regular club meetings, etc., not be inserted where they are just the regular meetings on the calendar of the or- anization. May 30— K. of C. Rally, fair- rounds, Algona Memorial Day services throughout the county. May ; 31 — Jaycee vs. Lions Club Kittenball game 6 p. m. fairgrounds. June —V. F. W. Banquet for World War 11 vets, Algona. June 7 — Firemen's Benefit Dance at fairgrounds. June 12 — Cresco Mothers- Daughters 25th anniversary party and Guest Day, Cresco hall. June 20 — Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce Soap Box Derby. June 26 — Farm Bureau Picnic, Kossuth fairgrounds. June 30 — Kossuth Conservation League, Buffalo Feast, fairgrounds, Algona. July 10-11 — Algona American Legion Centennial Days and Homecoming. In planning events of your own, reference to this calendar may prevent you 'from selecting dates that conflict. HOSPITALS St Cecelia Bows To St Joe 7-4 In Final Baseball Tilt In t'h,e concluding games of the seaspn, May 19, St. Cecelia's baseball team was downed by St. Joe, there, 7 to 4. The Algona nine was lot down with three hits, while St. Joe was able to nick Gordy Winkel for seven, although only one frame was bad, that being the sixth when five runs tallied. St. Cecelia led until that inning, holding a 4 to 2 advantage until the combination of three hits, several walks and a flock of errors turned the tables. The St. Joe boys took advantage »f every opportunity they had and played alert balMo win. The box score: St. Cecelia (4) A.B. R. H. Winkel, p 30 0 White, 2b 2 1 0 D. Winter, c 4 0 1 B. Winter, 3b 4 1 1 Bprmann, ss 300 Bieser, cf 2 0 0 Erpelding, If .». .3 1 1 .ALGONA UPPER OES MOINES, ALGONA* IOWA. -PAGE Buscher, rf . Wcydert, Ito Bode, cf 1 1 1 0 1 0 24 SI. Joe (7) A.B. Reding, ss 3 McGuire, p 4 E. Gales, Ito 4 R. Gales, 3b 4 Kohlhaas, of 4 Borrnann, If 3 Kayser, c 4 Reding, rf „ 3 Kohlhaas, If 3 32 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 rf Five Wedding Licenses Marriage licenses were issuec during the past week to the following: Raymond J. Krebs, 01- hey, Okla., and iVola Thilges Bode; John Arthur Wcisbrod anc Betty Jean Schwartz, both Fenton; Gladys Bergstresser, Algona and Lawrence J. Doyle, Whlttc- morc; Maynard Koppen and Eva Mae Eggerth, both Swea City. Duane C. Wallukait, Algona, and Lorna Faulstick, Lone Rock. WAWWJW, FUiNEKAL CHAPEL Ambulance Service The Golden Kule Our Principle Phono 52MV Algona Henry Scheppmann 111 Henr,y;Scheppmarin, well known Algona farmer, is ill with pneumonia in.a hospital at Jackson, Minn. . He /and Mrs. Scheppmann had been visiting relatives in Minneapolis/ and were enroute home •when he>'\vas taken sick. They stopped at the home o£ his brother. For a time Mr, Scheppmann was in an'oxygen tent, but is some improved. His daughters have gone to Jackson to be with their mother and help with their father's care KOSSUTH HOSPITAL May 19: Mrs. Ronald Jenkins, Algona, girl. May 20: Mrs. Herbert Nelson, Titonka, boy. May 22: Bill Watkins, Algona, surgical. May 24: Wm. Nelson, Corwith, fracture.. May 26: Robert Wood, Irvington, medical; Mrs. Peter Plemel, Burt, medical; Mrs. Reinhart Wetzel, Lone Rock, igirl; Mrs. G, J. Kuyper, Algona, girl; Mrs. Floyd -Holt, Algona, girl; Mrs. George Hanna, Lone Rock, ;boy. May 27: Richard Holmes, Al- jrona. surgical. GENERAL HOSPITAL May 20: Mrs. Walter Campney, Burt, appendectomy; Mrs. Arlie Ban wart. West Bend, igirir-€Hen Smlthu,W<?sleyi'.appendectomy. * May 22: Mrs. Menrio- Redeiiius, Britt, boy. . 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